Local Events – Late October into Early November, 2016

Local Events – Late October into Early November, 2016

Installation Service for Pastor Jim Tyson

Jim Tyson

October 22

Please join us in celebrating the installation of Senior Pastor Jim Tyson. Worship and ceremony at 6:30 PM followed by a dessert reception. The service will be at Logos Academy, 250 West King St, York, Pennsylvania 17401.

Conversations on Marriage

marriage

New Class, Starts October 23

Join in on a multi-generational conversation about the meaning of marriage in today’s world! Tim Keller’s “The Meaning of Marriage” will inform our discussion, but no pre-reading is necessary. This class is appropriate for married and single individuals alike. Childcare will be available. Get details.

Providence Presbyterian Church – Women’s Seminar

Oct. 28 & 29

Marsha Barth Keynote Speaker
In her recent book “The Shattering” Marsha tells her life story of overcoming child sexual abuse. More than another story of victimization, it is a story of “the power of love, the promise of hope and the inspiration of knowing that what has happened to us does not define who we are.”

  • Friday night is open to the public to learn about the impact of family abuse.
  • Saturday is for women who have suffered from abuse or for those who wish to support them. Testimonies from a number of people will be heard.

For more on the seminar, and to register to attend: see the event registration page.


Goings On Around Town

YorKitchen, York’s Shared Kitchen Incubator
October 7 – October 16
Oct 7 at 11 AM to Oct 16 at 8 PM
37 W Clarke Ave, York, Pennsylvania 17401

The Adventures of Peter Rabbit
10/07/2016 – 10/23/2016
Presented by DreamWrights Center for Community Arts at DreamWrights Center for Community Arts12 Performances!
October 7, 8, 14, 15, 21 & 22 – 6:30 pm
October 8, 9, 15*, 16**, 22 & 23 – 2:30 pm*Touch Tour and Audio-Described Performance
(reservations required)

10/18/2016 = October Story Slam
Presented by York Story Slam at Holy Hound Taproom. Monthly Story Slam event. The theme for October is Unmasked. A Story Slam is an event where anyone can take the stage and tell a story. The story should reflect the theme of the night, be true to the best of your recollection, and be approximately five minutes long. Three judges are chosen from the audience and each storyteller is given scores based on content and presentation. We don’t take the competition part too seriously – it’s all about sharing diverse stories.

Bells for Bell 50th Anniversary Fundraising Party
Presented by Bell Socialization Services, Inc.. at Holy Hound Taproom
10/24/2016 Come to Bell Socialization Services 50th Anniversary Fundraising Party for hors d’oeuvres, anniversary cake, door prizes, and more! Help us celebrate the first 50 successful years of Bell and welcome the next 50!All profits from the purchase of every draft of a Bells Brewery beer will benefit Bell Socialization Services. Special thanks to Members 1st Federal Credit Union for being the exclusive sponsor of the event.Fifty years ago to the day, “The Bell Club” held the very first meeting of what would be known as the Monday Night Program, a social gathering for people who had been discharged from local psychiatric hospitals. That night’s travelogue was the start of something no one there could’ve ever imagined would evolve into what Bell Socialization Services, Inc. is today.This is a FREE event.

Re-Imagining Our Community: Cultural Alliance Annual Meeting
Presented by Cultural Alliance of York County at Agricultural and Industrial Museum
10/25/2016 On Tuesday, October 25th at 5:30pm at the Agricultural and Industrial Museum, The Cultural Alliance invites you to re-imagine York with us.What if the conversation around arts in our community was not about what the arts need (money), but about what the arts provide?What if the key to a sustainable, stable York is not something we need to create, but is something we’ve always had-artists?What if the arts are not an add-on or addition to our redevelopment, what if they were the starting point?

Join us for our annual meeting featuring Keynote Speaker, Executive Director Jamie Bennett of Artplace America, as we discuss the impact of redevelopment programs that engage the arts in an effort to shape the social, physical, and economic future of given communities – known as creative place making.

In practice, this means having arts and culture represented alongside sectors like housing and transportation – with each sector recognized as part of any healthy community; as requiring planning and investment from its community; and as having a responsibility to contribute to its community’s overall future. To date, Artplace America has invested $56.8 million through 189 creative place-making grants in communities of all sizes across the United States.

Come and re-imagine what creative place making can do here in York! The event is free, but space is limited.

Creative York Awards

Presented by Creative York at The Yorktowne Hotel
10/28/2016

The Creative York Awards, presented by CGA Law Firm, celebrate the vibrant creative and innovative community of Greater York County.

Awards are presented to individuals, organizations, events and/or businesses demonstrating creativity, outstanding achievements or exceptional contributions made to the community. There is a special Guy Alosa President’s Award and a Big Idea! Award presented as part of the ceremony.

Monsters & Mayhem Dance with the Rock-A-Sonics
Presented by York Social Dance Studio at York Social Dance Studio
10/28/2016 This is our Halloween bash! We’re very excited to be welcoming Rockville, MD’s the Rock-A-Sonics into our area. They are a classic rockabilly band with a fresh new sound that keeps you on the floor wanting more!
Our theme this year will be along the lines of traditional B-Horror movie, cult classics. Think Swamp Thing, Dracula, Wolf Man, Frankenstein, Brain Eaters, Jekyll & Hyde, Body Snatchers etc.COSTUME CONTEST WITH PRIZES. SPECIAL PERFORMANCE BY THE LADYBIRDS BLUES/JAZZ DANCE TROUPE. YUMMY FOOD.
7:45 Balboa Dance Lesson
8:30 Drop-In Beginner Lindy Dance Lesson
9:15 Rock-A-Sonics!
Late night blues.
$15 for it all
Come ready to dance!!!

Flavors of York
Presented by Temple Beth Israel at The Yorktowne Hotel
11/06/2016
5:30 PM SUNDAY
Get ready for an evening of great food and music, raffle auctions and more! This annual charity gala features some of York’s best restaurants, caterers, beverage-makers and confectioners. Benefits TBI of York and The Doing for Goode™ Project.

 

 

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